Physics students build launchers for competition
The first tomato shot out of Overkill missed its target by a few yards - assuming it ever landed after flying over the pine trees behind North Augusta High School.

Around the block
An opening ceremony for the new Clear Channel House Family Y, 1147 Georgia Ave., North Augusta, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 10. Call 279-2323.

Fort marks Oktoberfest with fun, food
Fred and Ruth Seabrook are regulars.

Milestones
Haley Mottel, a 2005 graduate of North Augusta High School and daughter of Phillip and Kim Mottel, of North Augusta, has received a $1,000 grant from The Comcast Foundation.

Meetings
AIKEN CAMERA CLUB: 7:30 p.m. third Mondays; H. Odell Weeks Activity Center, 1700 Whiskey Road, Aiken; 642-9272 or misticole22@hotmail.com

School lunch menu
Aiken County school lunch menu for the week./P>

Winter Colony home becomes private club
Fifty years ago, a venerable old Aiken home took on a new identity when the Green Boundary Club was founded on Whiskey Road.

Area adult literacy sites
Here are some phone numbers of area adult literacy sites:

Milestones
Haley Mottel, a 2005 graduate of North Augusta High School and daughter of Phillip and Kim Mottel, of North Augusta, has received a $1,000 grant from The Comcast Foundation.

Group is putting children in motion
Retired Marine Cpl. Lane Parker never thought he would see a room full of "combat-hardened veterans" cry.

Reunions
Silver Bluff High School 1985: Seeking classmates for a 20-year reunion Friday-Saturday, Oct. 14-15; contact Susan Todd Porter, stporter@fhfllp.com

Physics students build launchers for competition
The first tomato shot out of Overkill missed its target by a few yards - assuming it ever landed after flying over the pine trees behind North Augusta High School.

Fort marks Oktoberfest with fun, food
Fred and Ruth Seabrook are regulars.

This week
Minority business conference: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. today; municipal building, 214 Park Ave. S.W.; Aiken Chamber of Commerce; reservations required; free; 641-1111

Group is putting children in motion
Retired Marine Cpl. Lane Parker never thought he would see a room full of "combat-hardened veterans" cry.

Meetings
AIKEN CAMERA CLUB: 7:30 p.m. third Mondays; H. Odell Weeks Activity Center, 1700 Whiskey Road, Aiken; 642-9272 or misticole22@hotmail.com

Navy vet tells story of Tuskegee Airmen for freedom series
Al Jackson owes a lot to the men who served before him.

Reunions
Silver Bluff High School 1985: Seeking classmates for a 20-year reunion Friday-Saturday, Oct. 14-15; contact Susan Todd Porter, stporter@fhfllp.com

Veterans ring in fall with festival
The second floor of the uptown Department of Veterans Affairs Center was bursting with activity Thursday with about 300 patients participating in the 36th annual Fall Festival.

Events
LEGACY SCULPTURE AND GARDEN: Outdoor Education Center, two miles of hiking trails, wetlands habitat and a pavilion; self-guided tours 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, guided group and weekend tours by appointment; www.nwtf.org

This week
Minority business conference: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. today; municipal building, 214 Park Ave. S.W.; Aiken Chamber of Commerce; reservations required; free; 641-1111

Around the block
An opening ceremony for the new Clear Channel House Family Y, 1147 Georgia Ave., North Augusta, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 10. Call 279-2323.

Events
LEGACY SCULPTURE AND GARDEN: Outdoor Education Center, two miles of hiking trails, wetlands habitat and a pavilion; self-guided tours 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, guided group and weekend tours by appointment; www.nwtf.org

Winter Colony home becomes private club
Fifty years ago, a venerable old Aiken home took on a new identity when the Green Boundary Club was founded on Whiskey Road.

School lunch menu
Aiken County school lunch menu for the week./P>

Navy vet tells story of Tuskegee Airmen for freedom series
Al Jackson owes a lot to the men who served before him.

Veterans ring in fall with festival
The second floor of the uptown Department of Veterans Affairs Center was bursting with activity Thursday with about 300 patients participating in the 36th annual Fall Festival.

Area adult literacy sites
Here are some phone numbers of area adult literacy sites:

Museum opens display on man and animals
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands - The Van Gogh Museum has opened a new exhibition that explores people's changing view of animals during the period when Charles Darwin published his theory of evolution.

Book awards draw little public attention
NEW YORK - What if a people's choice award was held and the people didn't choose?

Book awards draw little public attention
NEW YORK - What if a people's choice award was held and the people didn't choose?

Book awards draw little public attention

Museum opens display on man and animals

Museum opens display on man and animals
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands - The Van Gogh Museum has opened a new exhibition that explores people's changing view of animals during the period when Charles Darwin published his theory of evolution.

White Sox halt champ's streak
CHICAGO - The winning socks came from the White Sox. Now, maybe it's their turn to end a long championship drought.

Yankees like their chances on the road
ANAHEIM, Calif. - The last time the New York Yankees traveled to Anaheim in the playoffs, their pitchers got pounded and they headed home for the winter frustrated after a first-round exit.

Peavy struggles in first postseason game

Can Red Sox rekindle magic?

Cards slam Padres, 8-5
ST. LOUIS - Reggie Sanders, Chris Carpenter and the St. Louis Cardinals looked every bit like the best team in baseball - even with a shaky ending.

White Sox halt champ's streak

Peavy struggles in first postseason game
ST. LOUIS - Jake Peavy picked a bad time for his worst start of the season, and an even worse time to get hurt.

Playoff capsules

White Sox halt champ's streak
CHICAGO - The winning socks came from the White Sox. Now, maybe it's their turn to end a long championship drought.

Playoff capsules
ASTROS VS. BRAVES

No quit among Astros
ATLANTA - They were dead. Buried. And somewhat literally.

Can Red Sox rekindle magic?
Trying to end an 88-year championship drought, the White Sox need only look across the field to find hope.

Cards slam Padres, 8-5

Yankees like their chances on the road

No quit among Astros
ATLANTA - They were dead. Buried. And somewhat literally.

Playoff capsules
ASTROS VS. BRAVES

No quit among Astros

Can Red Sox rekindle magic?
Trying to end an 88-year championship drought, the White Sox need only look across the field to find hope.

Yankees like their chances on the road
ANAHEIM, Calif. - The last time the New York Yankees traveled to Anaheim in the playoffs, their pitchers got pounded and they headed home for the winter frustrated after a first-round exit.

Peavy struggles in first postseason game
ST. LOUIS - Jake Peavy picked a bad time for his worst start of the season, and an even worse time to get hurt.

Cards slam Padres, 8-5
ST. LOUIS - Reggie Sanders, Chris Carpenter and the St. Louis Cardinals looked every bit like the best team in baseball - even with a shaky ending.

It's about time we praise lazy people's contributions

Smoltz tired of talking about his shoulder
ATLANTA - John Smoltz slipped out of the Atlanta Braves' clubhouse through a side door, hoping to avoid reporters camped out by his locker.

Smoltz tired of talking about his shoulder
ATLANTA - John Smoltz slipped out of the Atlanta Braves' clubhouse through a side door, hoping to avoid reporters camped out by his locker.

Braves' 'Big 3' ready for test
ATLANTA - Seemingly all the chatter about pitching the past couple of days around here has centered on Houston's big three of Andy Pettitte, Roger Clemens and Roy Oswalt.

Braves look for spark from rookies in playoffs

Ailing Braves try to avoid first-round exit
ATLANTA - Eager to avoid another first-round exit, the Atlanta Braves come into the playoffs with all sorts of worries.

Braves look for spark from rookies in playoffs
ATLANTA - Chipper Jones said the Braves' 90-win season that continued the franchise's run of 14 consecutive postseason appearances was best characterized by Andruw Jones' major league-leading 51 home runs.

Same time this year
This was supposed to be the end. But the Atlanta Braves are right where they've been each October for the past 13 seasons - in the playoffs. The division series with the Houston Astros starts today.

Ailing Braves try to avoid first-round exit
ATLANTA - Eager to avoid another first-round exit, the Atlanta Braves come into the playoffs with all sorts of worries.

Same time this year
This was supposed to be the end. But the Atlanta Braves are right where they've been each October for the past 13 seasons - in the playoffs. The division series with the Houston Astros starts today.

Same time this year

Braves' 'Big 3' ready for test

Smoltz tired of talking about his shoulder

Braves look for spark from rookies in playoffs
ATLANTA - Chipper Jones said the Braves' 90-win season that continued the franchise's run of 14 consecutive postseason appearances was best characterized by Andruw Jones' major league-leading 51 home runs.

Ailing Braves try to avoid first-round exit

Braves' 'Big 3' ready for test
ATLANTA - Seemingly all the chatter about pitching the past couple of days around here has centered on Houston's big three of Andy Pettitte, Roger Clemens and Roy Oswalt.

Inflation worries, dire reports lower stocks

Minority-owned businesses get fewer contracts
WASHINGTON - Minority-owned businesses say they're paying the price for the decision by Congress and the Bush administration to waive certain rules for Hurricane Katrina recovery contracts.

Speakers urge businesses to build wide relationships
Networking extended from Augusta to Boston and all the way to Africa on Tuesday at the Third Annual Regional Minority Enterprise Conference & Expo.

Group adds to lodging market
They call it Holiday Inn Drive, but it's not limited to Holiday Inns. A Fairfield Inn is planned for a 2006 opening in front of the Holiday Inn on Gordon Highway.

Speakers urge businesses to build wide relationships

Month weak in SUV sales
DETROIT - Sales of sport utility vehicles took a dive in September, dragging down U.S. automakers that were already expecting payback after a summer of employee-pricing discounts.

Flight numbers shrink to save fuel
ATLANTA- Delta Air Lines Inc., buffeted by high fuel costs in the wake of Katrina and Rita, said it is reducing its domestic flight schedule.

Report triggers worry; stocks end day mixed
NEW YORK - Stocks turned in a mixed performance Monday after a report showed that the nation's manufacturing sector is expanding but facing even higher costs, triggering worries about inflation and rising interest rates.

Flight numbers shrink to save fuel
ATLANTA- Delta Air Lines Inc., buffeted by high fuel costs in the wake of Katrina and Rita, said it is reducing its domestic flight schedule.

Month weak in SUV sales
DETROIT - Sales of sport utility vehicles took a dive in September, dragging down U.S. automakers that were already expecting payback after a summer of employee-pricing discounts.

Inflation worries, dire reports lower stocks
NEW YORK - Stocks fell Tuesday as a number of companies warned of profit shortfalls and higher costs, some of which could be passed along to consumers.

Group adds to lodging market
They call it Holiday Inn Drive, but it's not limited to Holiday Inns. A Fairfield Inn is planned for a 2006 opening in front of the Holiday Inn on Gordon Highway.

Sales tax taken off efficient products

Report triggers worry; stocks end day mixed
NEW YORK - Stocks turned in a mixed performance Monday after a report showed that the nation's manufacturing sector is expanding but facing even higher costs, triggering worries about inflation and rising interest rates.

Crude oil prices decrease
Crude oil prices slid more than $1 a barrel Tuesday in a sign that market jitters have eased with the summer driving season over and the winter heating season yet to begin, analysts said.

Economy gets mixed report
NEW YORK - The nation's manufacturing sector shook off the impact of Hurricane Katrina and expanded robustly during September, but prices for raw materials surged, raising the specter of higher inflation and interest rates.

Inflation worries, dire reports lower stocks
NEW YORK - Stocks fell Tuesday as a number of companies warned of profit shortfalls and higher costs, some of which could be passed along to consumers.

Economy gets mixed report

Economy gets mixed report
NEW YORK - The nation's manufacturing sector shook off the impact of Hurricane Katrina and expanded robustly during September, but prices for raw materials surged, raising the specter of higher inflation and interest rates.

Report triggers worry; stocks end day mixed

Paper maker idling 1,100
ATLANTA - Georgia-Pacific Corp., maker of Brawny paper towels and a variety of other paper and lumber products, said Tuesday it is cutting more than 1,000 jobs in a broad restructuring that aims to save $100 million a year.

Sales tax taken off efficient products
ATLANTA - When Bobby Strozier was shopping for a new washing machine three years ago, he relied on word-of-mouth advice to pick a model.

Crude oil prices decrease
Crude oil prices slid more than $1 a barrel Tuesday in a sign that market jitters have eased with the summer driving season over and the winter heating season yet to begin, analysts said.

Paper maker idling 1,100
ATLANTA - Georgia-Pacific Corp., maker of Brawny paper towels and a variety of other paper and lumber products, said Tuesday it is cutting more than 1,000 jobs in a broad restructuring that aims to save $100 million a year.

Flight numbers shrink to save fuel

Month weak in SUV sales

Paper maker idling 1,100

Group adds to lodging market

Minority-owned businesses get fewer contracts

Speakers urge businesses to build wide relationships
Networking extended from Augusta to Boston and all the way to Africa on Tuesday at the Third Annual Regional Minority Enterprise Conference & Expo.

Crude oil prices decrease

Minority-owned businesses get fewer contracts
WASHINGTON - Minority-owned businesses say they're paying the price for the decision by Congress and the Bush administration to waive certain rules for Hurricane Katrina recovery contracts.

Sales tax taken off efficient products
ATLANTA - When Bobby Strozier was shopping for a new washing machine three years ago, he relied on word-of-mouth advice to pick a model.

Editorial cartoon
Editorial cartoon for October 5, 2005.

Editorial cartoon
Editorial cartoon for October 5, 2005.

Tennessee looking for more big plays
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee offensive lineman Arron Sears is all for gaining big chunks of yards that lead quickly to the end zone.

Crimson Tide's victory didn't come without a price

Tennessee looking for more big plays
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee offensive lineman Arron Sears is all for gaining big chunks of yards that lead quickly to the end zone.

Tennessee looking for more big plays

Crimson Tide's victory didn't come without a price
Reviewing and previewing college football

Crimson Tide's victory didn't come without a price
Reviewing and previewing college football

Now an ace can lead to bright future

A mixed blessing
Ronald Burke didn't break into Bernard Dunstan III's home. But the two-bit burglar ended up taking everything Dunstan had.

Backing away from a fight?

Vital principle at stake
Could New York Times reporter Judith Miller have gotten out of jail a lot earlier than three months if she'd only tried harder?

A mixed blessing
Ronald Burke didn't break into Bernard Dunstan III's home. But the two-bit burglar ended up taking everything Dunstan had.

A shocking loss
The Augusta community especially, but also the state of Georgia, was shocked to learn of the sudden heart-attack death Sunday night of state Rep. Henry Howard, D-Augusta.

A mixed blessing

No safe sanctuaries

Nobel's right choice
Drs. Barry Marshall and Robin Warren this week won the Nobel Prize in medicine, which they certainly earned - the hard way.

Nobel's right choice

No safe sanctuaries
Maybe it's time for Syrian strongman Bashar Assad to worry about whether it's a good idea to continue letting al-Qaida terrorists and Sunni-led insurgents have safe sanctuary in his country.

Backing away from a fight?
What's more important? Getting a conservative on the U.S. Supreme Court who will leave us alone? Or finding a nominee who can fly under the radar and not attract much Democratic flak?

A shocking loss

Backing away from a fight?
What's more important? Getting a conservative on the U.S. Supreme Court who will leave us alone? Or finding a nominee who can fly under the radar and not attract much Democratic flak?

Vital principle at stake
Could New York Times reporter Judith Miller have gotten out of jail a lot earlier than three months if she'd only tried harder?

No safe sanctuaries
Maybe it's time for Syrian strongman Bashar Assad to worry about whether it's a good idea to continue letting al-Qaida terrorists and Sunni-led insurgents have safe sanctuary in his country.

A shocking loss
The Augusta community especially, but also the state of Georgia, was shocked to learn of the sudden heart-attack death Sunday night of state Rep. Henry Howard, D-Augusta.

Nobel's right choice
Drs. Barry Marshall and Robin Warren this week won the Nobel Prize in medicine, which they certainly earned - the hard way.

Vital principle at stake

People in the News
LOS ANGELES - The engagement has been called off, but Paris Latsis has only kind words for his ex-fiancee, Paris Hilton.

Jagger denies reports of Stones rift over his girlfriend
LONDON - Mick Jagger says his girlfriend, stylist L'Wren Scott, isn't trying to rehab the Rolling Stones' choice of clothing and smoking habits.

People in the News
PARIS - Jane Fonda canceled plans to attend a premiere of a documentary about her former husband Roger Vadim in southern France because of hip and back problems.

Study: Films ignore negative consequences
LONDON - Hollywood might be bad for your health, according to a new study, which concludes that blockbuster movies paint a consequence-free view of sex and drugs.

People in the News
PARIS - Jane Fonda canceled plans to attend a premiere of a documentary about her former husband Roger Vadim in southern France because of hip and back problems.

People in the News
LOS ANGELES - The engagement has been called off, but Paris Latsis has only kind words for his ex-fiancee, Paris Hilton.

Benigni's new film focuses on war in Iraq
ROME - Like the Oscar-winning "Life Is Beautiful," which tackled the Holocaust, Roberto Benigni's new film, "La Tigre e la Neve (The Tiger and the Snow)," is a comedy set against a tragic backdrop - the war in Iraq.

Study: Films ignore negative consequences
LONDON - Hollywood might be bad for your health, according to a new study, which concludes that blockbuster movies paint a consequence-free view of sex and drugs.

Benigni's new film focuses on war in Iraq
ROME - Like the Oscar-winning "Life Is Beautiful," which tackled the Holocaust, Roberto Benigni's new film, "La Tigre e la Neve (The Tiger and the Snow)," is a comedy set against a tragic backdrop - the war in Iraq.

Jagger denies reports of Stones rift over his girlfriend
LONDON - Mick Jagger says his girlfriend, stylist L'Wren Scott, isn't trying to rehab the Rolling Stones' choice of clothing and smoking habits.

Georgians get tax break on energy-efficient items
ATLANTA - Beginning Thursday, Georgians will get a tax break on energy-efficient items for their homes.

Georgians get tax break on energy-efficient items
ATLANTA - Beginning Thursday, Georgians will get a tax break on energy-efficient items for their homes.

Change a light bulb, save a few bucks
Saving money is as easy as changing a light bulb.

Georgians get tax break on energy-efficient items

Change a light bulb, save a few bucks
Saving money is as easy as changing a light bulb.

Change a light bulb, save a few bucks

Calendar offers selection of firefighters' cookie recipes
California's professional firefighters showed off their considerable cooking talents in a third annual "milk and cookies" recipe contest - and the winners' cookie recipes are now available to all cooks in the 2006 Milk and Cookies Calendar.

Pumpkin-cider stew returns gourd to table

Calendar offers selection of firefighters' cookie recipes

Pumpkin-cider stew returns gourd to table
Because we're moving into a pumpkin time of year, here's a recipe for a savory pumpkin-cider stew in which edible pumpkins replace the traditional potatoes. Yet, for all its substance and flavor, a serving of this hearty dish has only about 8 grams of fat.

Cod, a feast for fall

Cod, a feast for fall
HYDE PARK, N.Y. - A favorite of the New England Atlantic coast, cod is lean, flaky, and delicate. Seafood lovers and fish novices alike enjoy its mild flavor and tender bite.

Cod, a feast for fall
HYDE PARK, N.Y. - A favorite of the New England Atlantic coast, cod is lean, flaky, and delicate. Seafood lovers and fish novices alike enjoy its mild flavor and tender bite.

Pumpkin-cider stew returns gourd to table
Because we're moving into a pumpkin time of year, here's a recipe for a savory pumpkin-cider stew in which edible pumpkins replace the traditional potatoes. Yet, for all its substance and flavor, a serving of this hearty dish has only about 8 grams of fat.

Calendar offers selection of firefighters' cookie recipes
California's professional firefighters showed off their considerable cooking talents in a third annual "milk and cookies" recipe contest - and the winners' cookie recipes are now available to all cooks in the 2006 Milk and Cookies Calendar.

Two Ga. Southern basketball players shot at bar
STATESBORO, Ga. - Three men are in custody after two Georgia Southern basketball players were shot early Sunday morning after an apparent argument at a bar.

Two Ga. Southern basketball players shot at bar
STATESBORO, Ga. - Three men are in custody after two Georgia Southern basketball players were shot early Sunday morning after an apparent argument at a bar.

Tech relishes another home game
ATLANTA - Nothing can lift the mood of Georgia Tech's football team faster than the approach of another Thursday night game - a novelty in the early 1990s now regarded as a tradition for the Yellow Jackets.

Tech relishes another home game
ATLANTA - Nothing can lift the mood of Georgia Tech's football team faster than the approach of another Thursday night game - a novelty in the early 1990s now regarded as a tradition for the Yellow Jackets.

Two Ga. Southern basketball players shot at bar

Tech relishes another home game

Ripken group brings larger staff to team
Four new faces popped out of the cubicles Monday at the Augusta GreenJackets' office.

Ripken group brings larger staff to team
Four new faces popped out of the cubicles Monday at the Augusta GreenJackets' office.

An elite field on public domain

An elite field on public domain
SAN FRANCISCO - For much of the last three decades, it was difficult to see Harding Park as anything but a tattered municipal golf course taking up valuable property along Lake Merced.

An elite field on public domain
SAN FRANCISCO - For much of the last three decades, it was difficult to see Harding Park as anything but a tattered municipal golf course taking up valuable property along Lake Merced.

Ripken group brings larger staff to team

Red Devils' defense has dominated

Red Devils' defense has dominated
WHO'S HOT: Lincoln County. After three straight wins, Lincoln County (3-3) becomes the second team to make an appearance in both the who's hot and who's not sections.

Red Devils' defense has dominated
WHO'S HOT: Lincoln County. After three straight wins, Lincoln County (3-3) becomes the second team to make an appearance in both the who's hot and who's not sections.

Hockey's greatest player turns to coaching
GLENDALE, Ariz. - Wayne Gretzky was lured to coaching by the most basic reason: a love of the game.

Thrashers GM hopes to meet with Kovalchuk
ATLANTA - Ilya Kovalchuk will be in Atlanta this week to see his new daughter, and the Thrashers hope they can meet with their holdout forward during his visit.

Thrashers GM hopes to meet with Kovalchuk

Hockey's greatest player turns to coaching

Hockey's greatest player turns to coaching
GLENDALE, Ariz. - Wayne Gretzky was lured to coaching by the most basic reason: a love of the game.

Thrashers GM hopes to meet with Kovalchuk
ATLANTA - Ilya Kovalchuk will be in Atlanta this week to see his new daughter, and the Thrashers hope they can meet with their holdout forward during his visit.

African flavors come through in stew
My introduction to Moroccan fare was an evening spent sitting on plump floor pillows while platters of steaming delicacies were placed before me on a low table at The Imperial Fez in Atlanta.

African flavors come through in stew
My introduction to Moroccan fare was an evening spent sitting on plump floor pillows while platters of steaming delicacies were placed before me on a low table at The Imperial Fez in Atlanta.

African flavors come through in stew

It's about time we praise lazy people's contributions
One of my co-workers was chiding an associate the other day for being "lazy." She said it with an accusatory tone that implied laziness was a bad thing.

It's about time we praise lazy people's contributions
One of my co-workers was chiding an associate the other day for being "lazy." She said it with an accusatory tone that implied laziness was a bad thing.

What will consolidation cost?
I found the recent article by Preston Sparks ("Merger, bond could be linked") to be very interesting and informative.Bob Cipperly, Evans

Aiken County TIF plan must be stopped

Aiken County TIF plan must be stopped
The Aiken County Council is considering a Tax Increment Finance ("TIF") proposal for two residential development projects between Aiken and Graniteville. Dick Smith, Aiken, S.C.

Riverwalk area looks deplorable
I recently took a walk at Riverwalk Augusta. I was appalled by the condition of the entire area around the fountain, and the drive to the parking areas was ridiculous - ruts, holes, uneven surfaces, dirty roads and trash.Richard E Howard, Martinez

Bush is more pitied than hated

Schools aren't playpens for kids
It seems from all of the whining about the two "snow days" enjoyed by local schools - at the governor's request - we have finally uncovered what the public really thinks about education: Justen Wonderly, Augusta

Does private entity need public land?
It is really nice of our elite Columbia County Commission to give some of our land to the Family Y so they can put a fine, huge, new facility on our land. Ruth C. Tewes, Martinez

Article on loans missed the mark
On the heels of recent distorted reports in this publication about a special post-9-11 loan guarantee program administered by the Small Business Administration ("9-11 money went to many not in need," Sept. 9), it's time for a reality check.Hector V. Barreto, Washington, D.C.

What will consolidation cost?
I found the recent article by Preston Sparks ("Merger, bond could be linked") to be very interesting and informative.Bob Cipperly, Evans

Complacency is the enemy of progress
Another election season looms in Richmond County. Chances are, once again the election results will be determined by a small percentage of voters.Brian Green, Augusta

Riverwalk area looks deplorable

Tarver will serve everyone well
Reggie Williams tipped his hat to newly elected state Sen. Ed Tarver as being a man of honesty and integrity in a letter to The Chronicle on Sept. 28 ("Race, class can affect elections"). Tracy E. Williams Jr., Augusta

What will consolidation cost?

Complacency is the enemy of progress
Another election season looms in Richmond County. Chances are, once again the election results will be determined by a small percentage of voters.Brian Green, Augusta

Bush is more pitied than hated
Floyd Brown's Oct. 3 letter sings the standard refrain about Bush-haters. It's a common theme in letters to the editor in the newspapers I read from Aiken, Augusta, and Columbia. Greg Weis, Aiken, S.C.

Bring bad pet caretakers to heel
Recently, I was enjoying a run with my dog on a leash on Walton Way - a great way to relieve stress and wind down after a day at work.Holly McCormick, Augusta

Aiken County TIF plan must be stopped
The Aiken County Council is considering a Tax Increment Finance ("TIF") proposal for two residential development projects between Aiken and Graniteville. Dick Smith, Aiken, S.C.

Riverwalk area looks deplorable
I recently took a walk at Riverwalk Augusta. I was appalled by the condition of the entire area around the fountain, and the drive to the parking areas was ridiculous - ruts, holes, uneven surfaces, dirty roads and trash.Richard E Howard, Martinez

Does private entity need public land?
It is really nice of our elite Columbia County Commission to give some of our land to the Family Y so they can put a fine, huge, new facility on our land. Ruth C. Tewes, Martinez

Tarver will serve everyone well
Reggie Williams tipped his hat to newly elected state Sen. Ed Tarver as being a man of honesty and integrity in a letter to The Chronicle on Sept. 28 ("Race, class can affect elections"). Tracy E. Williams Jr., Augusta

Bush is more pitied than hated
Floyd Brown's Oct. 3 letter sings the standard refrain about Bush-haters. It's a common theme in letters to the editor in the newspapers I read from Aiken, Augusta, and Columbia. Greg Weis, Aiken, S.C.

Schools aren't playpens for kids
It seems from all of the whining about the two "snow days" enjoyed by local schools - at the governor's request - we have finally uncovered what the public really thinks about education: Justen Wonderly, Augusta

Schools aren't playpens for kids

Article on loans missed the mark
On the heels of recent distorted reports in this publication about a special post-9-11 loan guarantee program administered by the Small Business Administration ("9-11 money went to many not in need," Sept. 9), it's time for a reality check.Hector V. Barreto, Washington, D.C.

Bring bad pet caretakers to heel

Tarver will serve everyone well

Does private entity need public land?

Complacency is the enemy of progress

Article on loans missed the mark

Bring bad pet caretakers to heel
Recently, I was enjoying a run with my dog on a leash on Walton Way - a great way to relieve stress and wind down after a day at work.Holly McCormick, Augusta

Seniors calendar

New fashions embrace desire to show off pregnant bellies

Living briefs

A cheerful Jefferson is on new nickel

Health and fitness calendar

Study: TV time a big predictor of obesity in children

Wireless projects replace wires downed by Katrina

Cartoonist mixed fact, fiction in 'Calvin'

Living briefs

Health and fitness calendar
The health and fitness calendar is a listing of support groups, activities and lectures. Send information to Health Calendar, The Augusta Chronicle Newsroom, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928. Send information by fax to 722-7403 and send e-mail to rebecca.smith@augusta chronicle.com. Please include a contact name and phone number.

Study: TV time a big predictor of obesity in children
WELLINGTON, New Zealand - Like many kids, Jesse Drysdale hits the couch and television remote - grabbing some snacks and something to drink - when he gets home after junior high school each day.

Cartoonist mixed fact, fiction in 'Calvin'
In 1995, at the height of Calvin and Hobbes' popularity, Bill Watterson called it quits, pulling the plug on a comic strip read in more than 2,400 newspapers and beloved by millions.

A cheerful Jefferson is on new nickel
WASHINGTON - After nearly 100 years of depicting presidents in somber profiles on the nation's coins, the Mint is trying something different: The new nickel features Thomas Jefferson, facing forward, with the hint of a smile.

New fashions embrace desire to show off pregnant bellies
There's an adage among the beautiful set: If you've got it, flaunt it.

A cheerful Jefferson is on new nickel
WASHINGTON - After nearly 100 years of depicting presidents in somber profiles on the nation's coins, the Mint is trying something different: The new nickel features Thomas Jefferson, facing forward, with the hint of a smile.

Living briefs
If you're pregnant, you might notice your beauty marks growing along with your belly.

Wireless projects replace wires downed by Katrina
Hours after Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast and knocked out telecommunications across much of the region, Mac Dearman visited shelters in northern Louisiana to connect telephones.

New fashions embrace desire to show off pregnant bellies
There's an adage among the beautiful set: If you've got it, flaunt it.

Living briefs
If you're pregnant, you might notice your beauty marks growing along with your belly.

Living briefs
As the weather turns cooler, it becomes time to think about chapped lips.

Living briefs
As the weather turns cooler, it becomes time to think about chapped lips.

Seniors calendar
The Seniors Calendar lists items of interest to senior citizens. Call the service agencies for information. To list your activity, write to Seniors Calendar, The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928. Send a fax to 722-7403 or e-mail to feature@augustachronicle.com. Include the name and number of a contact person.

Seniors calendar
The Seniors Calendar lists items of interest to senior citizens. Call the service agencies for information. To list your activity, write to Seniors Calendar, The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928. Send a fax to 722-7403 or e-mail to feature@augustachronicle.com. Include the name and number of a contact person.

Cartoonist mixed fact, fiction in 'Calvin'
In 1995, at the height of Calvin and Hobbes' popularity, Bill Watterson called it quits, pulling the plug on a comic strip read in more than 2,400 newspapers and beloved by millions.

Health and fitness calendar
The health and fitness calendar is a listing of support groups, activities and lectures. Send information to Health Calendar, The Augusta Chronicle Newsroom, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928. Send information by fax to 722-7403 and send e-mail to rebecca.smith@augusta chronicle.com. Please include a contact name and phone number.

Study: TV time a big predictor of obesity in children
WELLINGTON, New Zealand - Like many kids, Jesse Drysdale hits the couch and television remote - grabbing some snacks and something to drink - when he gets home after junior high school each day.

Wireless projects replace wires downed by Katrina
Hours after Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast and knocked out telecommunications across much of the region, Mac Dearman visited shelters in northern Louisiana to connect telephones.

Team's top scorer is back on roster

Team's top scorer is back on roster
Augusta Lynx coach Bob Ferguson began filling his training camp roster thinking that center Jamie Johnson would not be returning.

Team's top scorer is back on roster
Augusta Lynx coach Bob Ferguson began filling his training camp roster thinking that center Jamie Johnson would not be returning.

Limited supply slows flu-shot demand
Lovell Cooper offered her arm up and Frances Aycock stuck it. Getting a flu shot proved much easier this year for Mrs. Cooper than last.

Across the area
A woman who was found dead in her trash can Saturday died of "positional asphyxiation," Richmond County Coroner Grover Tuten said.

PTA waits on parents, hand and foot

North Augusta budget holds no tax increase

ASU students drive less as gas prices rise
The thought of riding on a motorcycle used to scare Augusta State University student Shannon Bruckner.

Correction

Craig: Retail isn't enough to power Augusta economy
Danny Craig wants Augusta and Richmond County to get more OPM - Other People's Money.

Craig: Retail isn't enough to power Augusta economy
Danny Craig wants Augusta and Richmond County to get more OPM - Other People's Money.

Greek houses sought by UGA
ATHENS, Ga. - The University of Georgia could pay more than $1 million for five fraternity houses on South Lumpkin Street, maybe a lot more.

Legislative leader, family man dies

Georgia's first lady focuses on kids
Georgia first lady Mary Perdue issued a "challenge and a charge" Monday, telling an Augusta audience to get involved in the lives of children.

Georgia's first lady focuses on kids

Across South Carolina
COLUMBIA - An Army sergeant killed by a sniper in Iraq last month has been buried with military honors.

Across the area

News you can use

Evans' new Target ready for business
The traffic on at least one stretch of Washington Road in Evans should be a little busier than normal today.

Partnership with YMCA approved amid concerns
Columbia County commissioners unanimously agreed Tuesday night to pursue a public-private partnership with the Family Y for the construction of a facility at Blanchard Woods, which will become the county's largest park.

Rants and Raves
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Death-row inmate refuses further appeals
AIKEN - Hastings Arthur Wise's tenancy on South Carolina's death row might be nearing an end.

Speed, curves contribute to fatal wrecks
The tempting straightaways and generally open traffic lanes of River Watch Parkway are more dangerous than they look, traffic officers say, and recent fatalities underscore their message to take things slow.

Correction
- An article about Joel Sonnenberg in The Augusta Chronicle's Religion section Saturday misidentified the location of an accident that critically burned him.

Kid of the Day
Kalei Bowser is today's Kid of the Day.

Greenery planned on three medians
Columbia County planners say they hope Furys Ferry Road will become more aesthetically pleasing, one median at a time.

Elections to be held together
The special election to replace the late Georgia Rep. Henry L. Howard will be held on Election Day after all.

Graniteville mills begin 350 layoffs
GRANITEVILLE - Avondale Mills Inc. officials announced Tuesday that 350 employees will be laid off, a move that comes after months of coping with the aftermath of a January chlorine spill that corroded some of its key textile plants.

Medic 1st to wear badge
Continuing to treat detainees at a U.S. military prison in Iraq despite a mortar that fell only a few yards away was just part of his job and just part of being human, Master Sgt. David Allegretti said.

Music festival will honor James Brown
The 50th anniversary of James Brown's first major hit, Please, Please Please, will not go unnoticed in Augusta.

Friends in politics, music praise Howard

Legislative leader, family man dies
State Rep. Henry Howard, who died Monday of a massive heart attack, was a statesman, a gentleman, a wise counselor and a wonderful husband and father, say those who knew him best.

Death-row inmate refuses further appeals

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Rants and Raves
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Elections to be held together

Across South Carolina
COLUMBIA - An Army sergeant killed by a sniper in Iraq last month has been buried with military honors.

Medic 1st to wear badge
Continuing to treat detainees at a U.S. military prison in Iraq despite a mortar that fell only a few yards away was just part of his job and just part of being human, Master Sgt. David Allegretti said.

Across Georgia
COLUMBUS - A Columbus police officer was charged with sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl, the third Columbus officer arrested this year.

Heating cost increase 'on the horizon'
ATLANTA - Georgians can't escape the fact that they will see significantly higher heating bills this year, industry experts and state officials said Tuesday.

Across the area
A woman who was found dead in her trash can Saturday died of "positional asphyxiation," Richmond County Coroner Grover Tuten said.

Across Georgia

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Kid of the Day
Kallie Nicole Lane is today's Kid of the Day.

News you can use
Entertainment events and activities for this week include:

PTA waits on parents, hand and foot
Principal Verma Curtis had vowed to boost parent participation at East Augusta Middle School. And she did.

Kid of the Day
Kallie Nicole Lane is today's Kid of the Day.

North Augusta budget holds no tax increase
NORTH AUGUSTA - At Monday's city council meeting, the city proposed a 2006 budget of almost $25.3 million, which will keep the tax rate at the same level for the 14th straight year.

Greek houses sought by UGA
ATHENS, Ga. - The University of Georgia could pay more than $1 million for five fraternity houses on South Lumpkin Street, maybe a lot more.

Across Georgia
COLUMBUS - A Columbus police officer was charged with sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl, the third Columbus officer arrested this year.

Correction
- An article about Joel Sonnenberg in The Augusta Chronicle's Religion section Saturday misidentified the location of an accident that critically burned him.

News you can use
Entertainment events and activities for this week include:

Evans' new Target ready for business
The traffic on at least one stretch of Washington Road in Evans should be a little busier than normal today.

Greek houses sought by UGA

Greenery planned on three medians

Greenery planned on three medians
Columbia County planners say they hope Furys Ferry Road will become more aesthetically pleasing, one median at a time.

ASU students drive less as gas prices rise
The thought of riding on a motorcycle used to scare Augusta State University student Shannon Bruckner.

North Augusta budget holds no tax increase
NORTH AUGUSTA - At Monday's city council meeting, the city proposed a 2006 budget of almost $25.3 million, which will keep the tax rate at the same level for the 14th straight year.

Speed, curves contribute to fatal wrecks
The tempting straightaways and generally open traffic lanes of River Watch Parkway are more dangerous than they look, traffic officers say, and recent fatalities underscore their message to take things slow.

Across South Carolina

Graniteville is free from spill contaminants
GRANITEVILLE - Graniteville residents can breath easy, say officials of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.

Georgia job growth falls behind nation
ATLANTA - Georgia's job growth is ranked among the 10 worst in the country, and the industries adding jobs the fastest don't pay enough to afford the median-priced home, according to a quarterly economic report released Tuesday by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Across the area

Science building almost finished
ATHENS, Ga. - Five years after the sudden death of U.S. Sen. Paul Coverdell, a 140,000-square-foot science building named after him is nearing completion on the University of Georgia campus.

Friends in politics, music praise Howard
The loss of state Rep. Henry Howard, who died Monday, will be felt from Augusta to Atlanta, business, political and civic leaders said.

News you can use
As part of the First Family's 2nd Annual Family Fitness Challenge, all South Carolinians and Georgians are invited to a fall bike ride Sunday.

Burke pleads guilty, avoids death penalty
After more than 17 months in police custody, Ronald F. Burke finally admitted he murdered Tamara Dunstan, killing her unborn child in the process. On Monday, he began a life sentence without parole.

Burke pleads guilty, avoids death penalty

Georgia's first lady focuses on kids
Georgia first lady Mary Perdue issued a "challenge and a charge" Monday, telling an Augusta audience to get involved in the lives of children.

Craig: Retail isn't enough to power Augusta economy

Speed, curves contribute to fatal wrecks

Medic 1st to wear badge

Kid of the Day

Evans' new Target ready for business

Candidates seek support of group
Whether to pass a much-debated sales tax package or put new leadership on the Augusta Commission were among the issues raised by candidates in a forum Tuesday night.

Heating cost increase 'on the horizon'

Grantham says campaign sign law goes unenforced
An Augusta commissioner has suggested a use for the vacant Regency Mall: Use it to store political signs confiscated from public rights of way.

Partnership with YMCA approved amid concerns

Elections to be held together
The special election to replace the late Georgia Rep. Henry L. Howard will be held on Election Day after all.

Science building almost finished

Graniteville is free from spill contaminants

Death-row inmate refuses further appeals
AIKEN - Hastings Arthur Wise's tenancy on South Carolina's death row might be nearing an end.

Limited supply slows flu-shot demand

Candidates seek support of group

ASU students drive less as gas prices rise

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - Georgia Tech and Emory University have received a $20 million federal grant to set up one of seven national cancer research centers.

Science building almost finished
ATHENS, Ga. - Five years after the sudden death of U.S. Sen. Paul Coverdell, a 140,000-square-foot science building named after him is nearing completion on the University of Georgia campus.

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Georgia job growth falls behind nation
ATLANTA - Georgia's job growth is ranked among the 10 worst in the country, and the industries adding jobs the fastest don't pay enough to afford the median-priced home, according to a quarterly economic report released Tuesday by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Kid of the Day
Kalei Bowser is today's Kid of the Day.

Heating cost increase 'on the horizon'
ATLANTA - Georgians can't escape the fact that they will see significantly higher heating bills this year, industry experts and state officials said Tuesday.

Across the area
Authorities responded to a report of gunfire exchanged between two vehicles on the Aiken-Augusta Highway on Tuesday night, Aiken County sheriff's Lt. Michael Frank said.

Candidates seek support of group
Whether to pass a much-debated sales tax package or put new leadership on the Augusta Commission were among the issues raised by candidates in a forum Tuesday night.

Across South Carolina
CLEMSON - Clemson University researchers want to hear from freshmen on campus about the situations that lead them to drink heavily in order to develop intervention programs to curb alcohol abuse.

Partnership with YMCA approved amid concerns
Columbia County commissioners unanimously agreed Tuesday night to pursue a public-private partnership with the Family Y for the construction of a facility at Blanchard Woods, which will become the county's largest park.

Across South Carolina

Grantham says campaign sign law goes unenforced
An Augusta commissioner has suggested a use for the vacant Regency Mall: Use it to store political signs confiscated from public rights of way.

Rants and Raves
Comments from readers:

Music festival will honor James Brown
The 50th anniversary of James Brown's first major hit, Please, Please Please, will not go unnoticed in Augusta.

Across Georgia

Across the area
Authorities responded to a report of gunfire exchanged between two vehicles on the Aiken-Augusta Highway on Tuesday night, Aiken County sheriff's Lt. Michael Frank said.

Music festival will honor James Brown

Across Georgia
ATLANTA - Georgia Tech and Emory University have received a $20 million federal grant to set up one of seven national cancer research centers.

Kid of the Day

Across South Carolina
CLEMSON - Clemson University researchers want to hear from freshmen on campus about the situations that lead them to drink heavily in order to develop intervention programs to curb alcohol abuse.

News you can use

Limited supply slows flu-shot demand
Lovell Cooper offered her arm up and Frances Aycock stuck it. Getting a flu shot proved much easier this year for Mrs. Cooper than last.

Georgia job growth falls behind nation

News you can use
As part of the First Family's 2nd Annual Family Fitness Challenge, all South Carolinians and Georgians are invited to a fall bike ride Sunday.

Grantham says campaign sign law goes unenforced

Friends in politics, music praise Howard
The loss of state Rep. Henry Howard, who died Monday, will be felt from Augusta to Atlanta, business, political and civic leaders said.

Graniteville mills begin 350 layoffs

Legislative leader, family man dies
State Rep. Henry Howard, who died Monday of a massive heart attack, was a statesman, a gentleman, a wise counselor and a wonderful husband and father, say those who knew him best.

Burke pleads guilty, avoids death penalty
After more than 17 months in police custody, Ronald F. Burke finally admitted he murdered Tamara Dunstan, killing her unborn child in the process. On Monday, he began a life sentence without parole.

PTA waits on parents, hand and foot
Principal Verma Curtis had vowed to boost parent participation at East Augusta Middle School. And she did.

Country star says baby isn't his

Country star says baby isn't his
NEW YORK - Chris Cagle was excited about becoming a new dad, only to learn after the baby was born that he isn't the father.

Hip-hop or Sinatra? It's often up to the anesthesiologist

Nickelback's Chad Kroeger has high expectations
It seems Nickelback's recent runaway success has given lead singer Chad Kroeger a bit of an identity crisis.

Country star says baby isn't his
NEW YORK - Chris Cagle was excited about becoming a new dad, only to learn after the baby was born that he isn't the father.

Hip-hop or Sinatra? It's often up to the anesthesiologist
CHICAGO - General anesthesia or local? Hip-hop or Sinatra? These are among the decisions facing Dr. Frank Gentile in his double-duty job as anesthesiologist and self-styled DJ of the OR.

Nickelback's Chad Kroeger has high expectations

Hip-hop or Sinatra? It's often up to the anesthesiologist
CHICAGO - General anesthesia or local? Hip-hop or Sinatra? These are among the decisions facing Dr. Frank Gentile in his double-duty job as anesthesiologist and self-styled DJ of the OR.

Nickelback's Chad Kroeger has high expectations
It seems Nickelback's recent runaway success has given lead singer Chad Kroeger a bit of an identity crisis.

Wahle getting used to seeing Packers on opposite sideline

Blame Favre for Carolina's near collapse

Carolina escapes with home victory

Falcons' Vick to start vs. Patriots

Mrs. Marjorie Campbell    (LOUISVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Oliphant    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Buford F. Clark    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Irene Poole    (LANGLEY, S.C.)

Mrs. Marjorie Campbell    (LOUISVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Bill Marable    (NORTH AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Eleanor Jordan    (BARTOW, Ga.)

Mrs. Rosa Marie Hunter    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Irene Poole    (LANGLEY, S.C.)

Mr. James H. Fambrough    (CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga.)

Ms. Shirley Ann Jackson    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Clinton McCladdie, Sr.    (APPLING, Ga.)

Mrs. Lois Pardue Berry    (GRANITEVILLE, S.C.)

Mr. Joseph Noonan    (BROOKLYN, N.Y.)

Mr. Leroy Griffin, Jr.    (HICKORY, N.C.)

Mr. Arthur P. McKee    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Ella Mae Lee    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Michael G. Mulich    (SFC AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Dorothy Flournoy    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Presley E. Myers    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Arthur P. McKee    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Lois Pardue Berry    (GRANITEVILLE, S.C.)

Dr. Michael D. Webster    (ROME, Ga.)

Mr. Johnny Radford    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mrs. Betty Barron    (NASHVILLE, Tenn.)

Mrs. Ella Mae Lee    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mattye Williams    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Susie M. Lowe    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Michael G. Mulich    (SFC AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Josie D. Stewart    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Clifford E. Curry    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Audrey Webster    (BARNWELL, S.C.)

Rep. Henry L. Howard    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Frederick Welcher    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. William Jordan    (GREENSBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Mattye Williams    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Shirley Ann Jackson    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Rep. Henry L. Howard    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Sarah Davis    (KITE, Ga.)

Mrs. Frances Barnhart    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Rosa Marie Hunter    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mattye Williams    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Eleanor Jordan    (BARTOW, Ga.)

Dea. Gerald F. Hay, Sr.    (BARNWELL, S.C.)

Mr. Jackie Murray    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Arsey "Bill" Corley    (WINDSOR, S.C.)

Ms. Eydie Roberts    (DAVISBORO, Ga.)

Ms. Shirley Ann Jackson    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mattye Williams    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Carolyn Anne Hirsch    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Carolyn Anne Hirsch    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Inez Barnes    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Earl B. Barwick, Sr.    (WILLISTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Frances Barnhart    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Clifford E. Curry    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Dr. Michael D. Webster    (ROME, Ga.)

Mrs. Audrey Webster    (BARNWELL, S.C.)

Mr. Frederick Welcher    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Presley E. Myers    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. William Jordan    (GREENSBORO, Ga.)

Mr. R.C. Jordan    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Albert Dugar    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. Arthur E. Clark    (ELYRIA, Ohio)

Mr. James H. Fambrough    (CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Eleanor Jordan    (BARTOW, Ga.)

Mr. Buford Franklin Clark    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Emily Forstner    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Monroe Timmons    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Huzlee Gilchrist    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Ms. Eydie Roberts    (DAVISBORO, Ga.)

Dea. Gerald F. Hay, Sr.    (BARNWELL, S.C.)

Mr. Johnny Radford    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Irene Poole    (LANGLEY, S.C.)

Mr. Joseph Oliphant    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. R.C. Jordan    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Michael G. Newton    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Ms. Susie M. Lowe    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Jackie Murray    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Bill Marable    (NORTH AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lenore Miller Davis    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. James R. Borum    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Arthur P. McKee    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Helen Cunningham Scholly    (EVANS, Ga.)

Mr. Bill Marable    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Rosalie E. Evans    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Eleanor Jordan    (BARTOW, Ga.)

Mrs. Agnes Ford    (WARRENVILLE, S.C.)

Mr. Allen Jerome Hutson    (BLACKVILLE, S.C.)

Mr. Willie Humphrey    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Mary Irene Poole    (LANGLEY, S.C.)

Mr. Allen Jerome Hutson    (BLACKVILLE, S.C.)

Mr. Willie Humphrey    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Bill Marable    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Rep. Henry L. Howard    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lenore Miller Davis    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Agnes Ford    (WARRENVILLE, S.C.)

Mr. Michael G. Newton    (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Dorothy Flournoy    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Johnny Radford    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mrs. Rosalie E. Evans    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Monroe Timmons    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Sarah Davis    (KITE, Ga.)

Mr. Frederick Welcher    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Helen Cunningham Scholly    (EVANS, Ga.)

Mr. Arsey "Bill" Corley    (WINDSOR, S.C.)

Mr. Buford F. Clark    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Inez Barnes    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. James R. Borum    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mrs. Frances Barnhart    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Frances Barnhart    (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. Claude M. Beggs    (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)

Ms. Shirley Ann Jackson    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Gertrude Broyles    (EVANS, Ga.)

Mrs. Betty Barron    (NASHVILLE, Tenn.)

Mr. Arthur P. McKee    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Earl B. Barwick, Sr.    (WILLISTON, S.C.)

Mr. Albert Dugar    (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. Leroy Griffin, Jr.    (HICKORY, N.C.)

Mr. Frederick Welcher    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Clinton McCladdie, Sr.    (APPLING, Ga.)

Mrs. Josie D. Stewart    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Huzlee Gilchrist    (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Noonan    (BROOKLYN, N.Y.)

Mr. Buford Franklin Clark    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Johnny Radford    (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mrs. Emily Forstner    (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Arthur P. McKee    (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. Claude M. Beggs    (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)

Mrs. Gertrude Broyles    (EVANS, Ga.)

Rep. Henry L. Howard    (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Shirley Ann Jackson (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Inez Barnes (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mr. R.C. Jordan (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mrs. Rosalie E. Evans (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Clinton McCladdie, Sr. (APPLING, Ga.)

Mrs. Dorothy Flournoy (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Noonan (BROOKLYN, N.Y.)

Mr. Jackie Murray (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Claude M. Beggs (LINCOLNTON, Ga.)

Mr. Willie Humphrey (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Emily Forstner (AIKEN, S.C.)

Mr. Frederick Welcher (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Leroy Griffin, Jr. (HICKORY, N.C.)

Rep. Henry L. Howard (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Audrey Webster (BARNWELL, S.C.)

Ms. Eydie Roberts (DAVISBORO, Ga.)

Rep. Henry L. Howard (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Allen Jerome Hutson (BLACKVILLE, S.C.)

Mr. Frederick Welcher (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Mattye Williams (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Dea. Gerald F. Hay, Sr. (BARNWELL, S.C.)

Dr. Michael D. Webster (ROME, Ga.)

Mrs. Betty Barron (NASHVILLE, Tenn.)

Mr. Michael G. Newton (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mr. Earl B. Barwick, Sr. (WILLISTON, S.C.)

Mrs. Mary Irene Poole (LANGLEY, S.C.)

Mrs. Gertrude Broyles (EVANS, Ga.)

Mrs. Sarah Davis (KITE, Ga.)

Mr. Arthur E. Clark (ELYRIA, Ohio)

Mr. Buford F. Clark (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Ella Mae Lee (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Joseph Oliphant (AIKEN, S.C.)

Ms. Shirley Ann Jackson (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Lenore Miller Davis (GROVETOWN, Ga.)

Mrs. Huzlee Gilchrist (WAYNESBORO, Ga.)

Mr. Bill Marable (NORTH AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Carolyn Anne Hirsch (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Rosa Marie Hunter (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Ms. Susie M. Lowe (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Clifford E. Curry (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Michael G. Mulich (SFC AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Frances Barnhart (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Lois Pardue Berry (GRANITEVILLE, S.C.)

Mrs. Agnes Ford (WARRENVILLE, S.C.)

Mrs. Marjorie Campbell (LOUISVILLE, Ga.)

Mrs. Frances Barnhart (HEPHZIBAH, Ga.)

Mrs. Mattye Williams (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. James R. Borum (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Buford Franklin Clark (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Johnny Radford (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mr. Presley E. Myers (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Bill Marable (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. James H. Fambrough (CRAWFORDVILLE, Ga.)

Mr. Arthur P. McKee (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mr. William Jordan (GREENSBORO, Ga.)

Mrs. Eleanor Jordan (BARTOW, Ga.)

Mrs. Eleanor Jordan (BARTOW, Ga.)

Mr. Monroe Timmons (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mrs. Josie D. Stewart (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

Mr. Albert Dugar (EDGEFIELD, S.C.)

Mr. Arsey "Bill" Corley (WINDSOR, S.C.)

Mr. Arthur P. McKee (NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C.)

Mrs. Mary Irene Poole (LANGLEY, S.C.)

Mr. Johnny Radford (THOMSON, Ga.)

Mrs. Helen Cunningham Scholly (EVANS, Ga.)

Kim has found a passion for sport

Overtime

Paine is knocked from its pedestal

Paine is knocked from its pedestal
Sarah Lobstein's spikes have a thunderous sound about them.

Overtime
Top-ranked USC Aiken and senior Scott Brown were repeat winners in the AFLAC/Cougar Invitational in Columbus, Ga.

Paine is knocked from its pedestal
Sarah Lobstein's spikes have a thunderous sound about them.

Kim has found a passion for sport
Annie Kim felt burned out. Ultimately, she decided to run cross country in college.

Overtime
Top-ranked USC Aiken and senior Scott Brown were repeat winners in the AFLAC/Cougar Invitational in Columbus, Ga.

Kim has found a passion for sport
Annie Kim felt burned out. Ultimately, she decided to run cross country in college.

Falcons' Vick to start vs. Patriots
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. - Michael Vick is expected to start against New England this week after an MRI confirmed Monday that he did not seriously injure his right knee Sunday in Atlanta's victory over Minnesota.

Blame Favre for Carolina's near collapse
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Carolina Panthers were building a comfortable lead against Green Bay, but coach John Fox didn't dare let his team back down. Not with Brett Favre in the game.

Blame Favre for Carolina's near collapse
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Carolina Panthers were building a comfortable lead against Green Bay, but coach John Fox didn't dare let his team back down. Not with Brett Favre in the game.

Wahle getting used to seeing Packers on opposite sideline
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Mike Wahle liked being one of the guys charged with protecting Green Bay's future Hall of Fame quarterback. That's what made it so hard to leave the Packers in pursuit of a Super Bowl title.

Wahle getting used to seeing Packers on opposite sideline
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Mike Wahle liked being one of the guys charged with protecting Green Bay's future Hall of Fame quarterback. That's what made it so hard to leave the Packers in pursuit of a Super Bowl title.

Carolina escapes with home victory
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Brett Favre showed he still has some Monday night magic - just not enough to prevent the Green Bay Packers from their worst start in 17 years.

Carolina escapes with home victory
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Brett Favre showed he still has some Monday night magic - just not enough to prevent the Green Bay Packers from their worst start in 17 years.

Falcons' Vick to start vs. Patriots
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. - Michael Vick is expected to start against New England this week after an MRI confirmed Monday that he did not seriously injure his right knee Sunday in Atlanta's victory over Minnesota.

Two weeks into fall season, juggling begins
NEW YORK - Two weeks into a new TV season and the juggling of schedules has already begun, except at quick-starting ABC and CBS.

Two weeks into fall season, juggling begins
NEW YORK - Two weeks into a new TV season and the juggling of schedules has already begun, except at quick-starting ABC and CBS.

Disrupting stereotypes on 'Twins'
LOS ANGELES - Melanie Griffith isn't having an easy morning on the set of the WB's new series "Twins." Adjusting to the constant script rewriting typical of sitcoms can be difficult for someone new to the genre.

Sid Caesar marvels at technology with DVDs

Sid Caesar marvels at technology with DVDs
LOS ANGELES - Sid Caesar sounds a bit bemused by the technology that has allowed his classic TV shows to reach a new generation via DVD.

Sid Caesar marvels at technology with DVDs
LOS ANGELES - Sid Caesar sounds a bit bemused by the technology that has allowed his classic TV shows to reach a new generation via DVD.

Disrupting stereotypes on 'Twins'

Disrupting stereotypes on 'Twins'
LOS ANGELES - Melanie Griffith isn't having an easy morning on the set of the WB's new series "Twins." Adjusting to the constant script rewriting typical of sitcoms can be difficult for someone new to the genre.

Two weeks into fall season, juggling begins

People in the News

Study: Films ignore negative consequences

Benigni's new film focuses on war in Iraq

People in the News

Jagger denies reports of Stones rift over his girlfriend

Georgia win would break Vols' record
ATHENS, Ga. - Before Mark Richt arrived at Georgia, a generation had passed since the Bulldogs had left Knoxville, Tenn., as winners.

'Dogs players mum on flag incident in '04
It's no surprise that a picture of defensive back Jason Allen planting a Tennessee flag at the midfield 'G' of Sanford Stadium after last year's 19-14 Volunteers' win over Georgia has made its way to the bulletin board inside the Bulldogs' locker room this week.

'Dogs players mum on flag incident in '04
It's no surprise that a picture of defensive back Jason Allen planting a Tennessee flag at the midfield 'G' of Sanford Stadium after last year's 19-14 Volunteers' win over Georgia has made its way to the bulletin board inside the Bulldogs' locker room this week.

Georgia win would break Vols' record
ATHENS, Ga. - Before Mark Richt arrived at Georgia, a generation had passed since the Bulldogs had left Knoxville, Tenn., as winners.

'Dogs players mum on flag incident in '04

Georgia win would break Vols' record

Spurrier's job harder after Auburn loss
COLUMBIA, S.C. - These days when Steve Spurrier wants to remember winning football, he'll look at his championship trophies and plaques.

Spurrier's job harder after Auburn loss
COLUMBIA, S.C. - These days when Steve Spurrier wants to remember winning football, he'll look at his championship trophies and plaques.

Spurrier's job harder after Auburn loss

Now an ace can lead to bright future
There are perks that come with making a hole-in-one - aside, of course, from having the information printed in the local newspaper.

Now an ace can lead to bright future
There are perks that come with making a hole-in-one - aside, of course, from having the information printed in the local newspaper.

Displaced teens cope with new homes, schools
A little more than a month ago, Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. In what has been considered the nation's worst natural disaster, thousands died and tens of thousands, including teenagers, have been left without homes and schools.

After Katrina, victims strong amid damage
The weekend of Sept 23, I helped with a Hurricane Katrina relief mission trip along with 75 faculty members and students from David Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn.

Displaced teens cope with new homes, schools

Girl's decision to end relationship is justified

Volunteers can help ease suffering
Sept. 11, 2001: Terrorists use planes as missiles and blow up the World Trade Center towers. More than 3,000 killed.

4-1-1

After Katrina, victims strong amid damage
The weekend of Sept 23, I helped with a Hurricane Katrina relief mission trip along with 75 faculty members and students from David Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tenn.

After Katrina, victims strong amid damage

Volunteers can help ease suffering
Sept. 11, 2001: Terrorists use planes as missiles and blow up the World Trade Center towers. More than 3,000 killed.

Audio best
Weekly charts for the nation's best-selling recorded music as they appear in Billboard magazine. Platinum signifies more than 1 million copies sold; Gold signifies more than 500,000 copies sold.:

Displaced teens cope with new homes, schools
A little more than a month ago, Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. In what has been considered the nation's worst natural disaster, thousands died and tens of thousands, including teenagers, have been left without homes and schools.

Group helps pupils develop, improve acting skills

Girl's decision to end relationship is justified
I broke up with my boyfriend because he and his ex-girlfriend are too close of friends for me.

Group helps pupils develop, improve acting skills
Every second Saturday, middle school and high school pupils from around Aiken and Augusta come to the Aiken Community Playhouse for Youth Wing.

Audio best
Weekly charts for the nation's best-selling recorded music as they appear in Billboard magazine. Platinum signifies more than 1 million copies sold; Gold signifies more than 500,000 copies sold.:

4-1-1
This intelligent pop band is in top form on their latest release, The Invisible Invasion. The six-piece group (all lads) was formed in Hoylake, England in 1996, when the members were barely teenagers, and critics seem to agree their many years of playing together has enriched all their efforts so far.

Audio best

Xtreme calendar
WANNA TASTE? Sample the city's best food and enjoy live entertainment at the Best of Augusta Bash from 6 to 9 p.m. at Fort Discovery, 1 Seventh St. The After Bash is scheduled for 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the Imperial Theatre, 745 Broad St. Tickets are $12 advance, $17 at the door. Call 823-3722 or visit www.augustamagazine.com.

Xtreme calendar
WANNA TASTE? Sample the city's best food and enjoy live entertainment at the Best of Augusta Bash from 6 to 9 p.m. at Fort Discovery, 1 Seventh St. The After Bash is scheduled for 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the Imperial Theatre, 745 Broad St. Tickets are $12 advance, $17 at the door. Call 823-3722 or visit www.augustamagazine.com.

Question of the week
Q: At what age should parents start discussing sex and sexuality with their children?

Girl's decision to end relationship is justified
I broke up with my boyfriend because he and his ex-girlfriend are too close of friends for me.

Group helps pupils develop, improve acting skills
Every second Saturday, middle school and high school pupils from around Aiken and Augusta come to the Aiken Community Playhouse for Youth Wing.

4-1-1
This intelligent pop band is in top form on their latest release, The Invisible Invasion. The six-piece group (all lads) was formed in Hoylake, England in 1996, when the members were barely teenagers, and critics seem to agree their many years of playing together has enriched all their efforts so far.

Question of the week
Q: At what age should parents start discussing sex and sexuality with their children?

Volunteers can help ease suffering

Xtreme calendar

Question of the week

Navy vet tells story of Tuskegee Airmen for freedom series

Events

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Milestones

Group is putting children in motion

Fort marks Oktoberfest with fun, food

Area adult literacy sites

Winter Colony home becomes private club

Meetings

Physics students build launchers for competition

Veterans ring in fall with festival

Reunions

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School lunch menu

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